The problem for them is this error is symbolic—indeed, emblematic—of their lack of understanding of guns and of the issues related to our Second Amendment rights.
Nosler announced a new program aimed at raising awareness and funds for American veterans and their families.
So, Elon Musk is buying Twitter for $44 billion. As Musk has called himself a free-speech absolutist, we wonder what this could mean for Twitter’s “weapons and weapon accessories” policy.
Nearly 80,000 people voted ‘no’ to hearing David Hogg’s election opinions.
Here is how social-media companies are controlling speech in regard to guns and the Second Amendment ahead of the November election.
Most of us have learned firsthand that, to put it kindly, social-media platforms are cultural mixing grounds.
“If something like those horrific active shooter incidents was to happen here, I want the people of my county to be able to defend themselves. None of us are immune.”